Big prizes with ZIC

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be­fore De­cem­ber 31, 2015.

ZIC says it’s the world’s strong­est oil, with su­pe­rior per­for­mance be­cause of it, and pro­vides many ben­e­fits. The com­pany says ZIC oil has eas­ier cold starts lead­ing to re­duced wear on the en­gine as 20 per­cent to 30 per­cent of en­gine wear oc­curs be­tween start up and the time the en­gine reaches op­ti­mal tem­per­a­ture. ZIC leads to fuel sav­ings as a re­sult of re­duced fric­tion of mov­ing parts, thus an over­all bet­ter en­gine per­for­mance and longer life.

ZIC is man­u­fac­tured by SK Lu­bri­cants, the world’s largest sup­plier of Group III base oils pro­duc­ing fully syn­thetic lu­bri­cants, used by global ma­jor oil sup­pli­ers, and is the 15th largest fin­ished lu­bri­cants brand by vol­ume. SK’s re­fin­ery lo­cated in Ul­san, South Korea is the third largest re­fin­ery in the world, pro­duc­ing more than 70,000 bar­rels of oil per day.

SK Lu­bri­cants start the process by pump­ing crude oil into tanks, then hy­dro­c­rack­ing the oil to pro­duce base oils. SK Lu­bri­cants pro­duc­tion in­cludes adding their own ad­di­tives and blend­ing to make ZIC. ZIC's su­pe­rior qual­ity has meant they are the fac­tory fill fluid for Hyundai and Kia ve­hi­cles, and the ZIC Dexron VI is a GM ap­proved prod­uct sup­plied as a fac­tory fill to more than 70 per­cent of all GM ve­hi­cles pro­duced in South Amer­ica and Aus­tralia.

The ex­ten­sive prod­uct range of­fered by ZIC cov­ers a vast range of ve­hi­cles within the in­dus­try. With the in­creas­ing num­ber of spe­cialty trans­mis­sions now be­ing de­vel­oped for the au­to­mo­tive in­dus­try, ZIC’s in­no­va­tive and pro­gres­sive man­u­fac­tur­ing process can cater for a wide range of au­to­matic and man­ual trans­mis­sions.

Work­shops can sign up on the newly de­signed web­site at or call 0800 ZIC OIL for ZIC to visit your work­shop. ZIC’s Ul­ti­mate Smoko Ex­pe­ri­ence runs to Fe­bru­ary 28, 2016.

More info at, or phone 0800 ZIC OIL (0800 942 645). You can also visit www.face­­clu­bri­cantsnz

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